How To Break Up With Your Boyfriend Or Girlfriend: Apps, Websites, Facebook Feature Make Breakups Easier
Need to split with a significant other before New Year’s Eve? There’s an app for that. And if you’re on the other side of the deal, there’s one for that too.
Boko Haram More Deadly Than ISIS, With Massacres That Dwarf Paris Attacks And San Bernardino Shooting
While the Islamic State group was reportedly responsible for 6,073 fatalities in 2014, Boko Haram was even more lethal, with a body count of 6,644.
Somalia Christmas Ban: Amid Al-Shabab Insurgency, Christian Holiday Can Invite Radical Islamic Ideologies
By banning celebrations of Christmas, the East African country is "trampling on the legitimate rights of Somali Christians," one expert says.
For those looking to spread some Christmas spirit this holiday, here are inspirational, funny and religious quotes to share with family and friends.
Reading Christmas stories and poems at bedtime is a cherished holiday tradition for families around the world. Here are some timeless examples.
Religious leaders said Christmas celebrations could threaten Somalia's Muslim majority community and inspire attacks from al-Shabab insurgents.
A judge ordered the defendant, who is accused of supplying weapons used in a deadly Dec. 2 attack, to be held until a Jan. 4 hearing.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe 'Replaced' By Wife Grace Mugabe In 'Palace Coup,' Opposition Leader Says
Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai said Monday Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has been “surreptitiously but willingly replaced by his wife,” Grace Mugabe, "in a palace coup."
Seychelles President Re-elected: James Michel Begins Third And Final Term In Office As Opposition Petitions Election Results
James Michel was sworn into office Sunday for a third and final term as president.
China is Zimbabwe's second-largest trading partner, having received more than $1 billion in low-interest loans from Beijing in the past five years.
A group of Muslims traveling on a bus ambushed in northern Kenya shielded Christian fellow passengers during the attackers.
Boko Haram pledged allegiance to ISIS in March. The militant group in Nigeria apparently has killed more than 1,000 people in the past two months.
The widely anticipated U.S. interest rate hike has spelled good news for currencies in South Africa and Turkey, but others are struggling.
Burundi Government Warns African Union Against Sending Peacekeeping Force Amid Intensifying Violence
A Burundian government representative warns the African Union against sending peacekeeping forces to curb violence without his country's consent.
Who Is Miss World 2015? Mireia Lalaguna Royo of Spain Wins International Beauty Paegant, Beating Russia And Indonesia [PHOTOS]
Mireia Lalaguna Royo of Spain was crowned Miss World 2015 Saturday, beating 116 other contestants in the international beauty pageant held this year in Sanya, China.
The death of Mohammed Badreddin al-Houthi, a key leader in Yemen’s Houthi rebel movement, was reported by local media Saturday.
A Middletown, New Jersey, man was arrested after the second recent evacuation of a cineplex in Freehold, New Jersey.
Toys 'R' Us Christmas Eve Store Hours And Deals 2015: Stores Nationwide Will Be Open Late With Last-Minute Savings And Free Shipping
Still haven't finished Christmas shopping? You're in luck! Toys "R" Us stores nationwide are offering extended holiday shopping hours through Christmas Eve.
Nigeria Joining Anti-ISIS Military Alliance? Buhari Considers Saudi-Led Islamic Coalition Amid Confusion Over New Initiative
Saudi Arabia announced Tuesday a newly formed, 34-nation military alliance to fight ISIS. Nigeria was among the countries named that was caught off guard by the announcement.
To curb the growing number of attacks by Boko Haram female suicide bombers, West African leaders are seeking to bar women from wearing Islamic veils in public.
Russia-Turkey Crisis: 27 Russian Ships Blocked After Moscow Detains Turkish Vessels Amid Escalating Tensions
The move followed a similar naval maneuver by Russia, which is currently holding eight Turkish ships in its ports after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane.
How Fed Rate Hike Will Impact Africa: Ghana, South Africa, Angola Most Vulnerable With High Dollar Debt And Global Market Exposure
Some economies, such as Ghana, South Africa and Angola — with ballooning debt and high exposure to global markets — will be most vulnerable to the Fed's rate hike, analysts said.
Fed Rate Hike Press Conference Live Stream: Watch Federal Reserve's Decision On Raising Interest Rates
Fed Chair Janet Yellen will hold a news conference at 2:30 p.m. EST to answer questions about the interest rate decision. Click here to watch via live stream.
South Africa's Economic Crisis Calls For More Than Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's Reappointment, Analysts Say
With its investment reputation on the line, South Africa must do more than appoint a credible finance minister: It must tackle ballooning public debt and unemployment.
South Africa ANC Twitter Hack: President Jacob Zuma Not Removed From Office, African National Congress Says
A hacker used the Twitter account of South African President Jacob Zuma to call for his removal in a series of tweets.
Tunisia has been hailed as a democratic success in the Arab Spring uprisings. However, even after the revolution, homosexuality remains illegal in the North African country.
A female United Nations official was killed Monday in a shooting in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu, a U.N. representative confirmed.
Amid Boko Haram Insurgency, Nigerian Islamic Council Warns Military Over Shiite Muslim Raids, Killings
The Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs urged authorities "to exercise restraint" after raids on a minority sect.
Who Is Pravin Gordhan? South Africa's New Finance Minister Reassures Investors As Rand Strengthens Against Dollar
Pravin Gordhan, returning to the post he held from 2009 to 2014, reassured investors and the struggling market following his appointment Monday.
ISIS In Libya: Oil Used By Islamic State May Expand Foothold In North African Country, French Defense Minister Warns
As the Islamic State group pushes deeper into the North African country, officials are increasingly concerned about its plans for Libyan oil.